Kladovo and 22 other settlements compose Kladovo Municipality located in the Eastern part of Serbia and occupying around 63.000 ha. The Danube is the boundary in the East and North-East, not only for Kladovo Municipality, but it also represents a boundary between Serbia and Romania. The river of Slatina and the mountain Miroč are the boundaries with the neighboring municipalities Negotin i Majdanpek.
Kladovo Municipality Tourist Organization Dunavska 16a 19320 Kladovo tel./fax +381 (0)19 801 690 email@example.com
Our goal is to create and improve the conditions required for development of tourism and, in that way, enable the numerous tourist subjects to present their capacities and services and gain bigger profit. By organizing a number of educational seminars and workshops, by participating in various projects we are likely to improve and create all required preconditions in order to fulfill these goals.
The history of this region left significant marks dating back to prehistoric times. During the Mesolithic and the Neolithic period, areas which are today know as Lepenski Vir and Hajdučka vodenica were inhabited. During the later historical periods, these areas were inhabited by the Romans, who left many buildings (Via Trajana, Diana, Trajan’s Bridge, Pontes...)
There is a great number of events in Kladovo over the year. Some of them are traditional, even centuries-long, and some are more contemporary with the aim of enriching the tourist season. The events traditionally celebrated are St Tryphon – Fruit and wine growers day and the Assumption Day Funfair on August 28th. In the summer, we have Blue Week, regattas, honey exhibitions, the Danube Days, Ethno Festival and Zlatna bućka Đerdapa in Tekija.